Dogs are natural athletes who bend and twist while bouncing off walls. I work with dogs who do agility, sledding, and some that race. These dogs are in prime condition, yet I often find sore or tight spots that their humans didn't know they had. Dogs hide pain because they come from wild animals, and often they'll hide their problems until hiding them is more physically painful than the original issue. So when I go over them and I mean ALL OVER THEM I will often find sore spots they've never reacted to before-this is good because we can prevent it from turning into an issue. Rather than wait for them to be in so much pain from moving incorrectly while compensating, until they can no longer hide the sore spot, have you looked into preventative care?
I'm a mobile bodywork therapist, working with animals in pain. I use gentle, non drug, non invasive treatments so you can avoid expensive surgeries.
I keep getting great results with dogs no one else has been able to help. I will always recommend a vet for emergencies, but I am not a vet. Unlike a vet I have trained in bodywork therapies, not in medicine so I don't see a sore leg and treat the sore leg, I assess the whole body and see where the issue started, and that is where I start treating.
I'm a rehabilitation nurse for humans who now uses these same skills on animals. I know how it feels when a muscle reacts a certain way, because I've seen it in people. We get bodywork therapies done if we hurt ourselves, or as prevention, and we need to make preventative care common for animals.
I want to get these same great results for your animals.